Ergonomics and Safety of Intelligent Driver Interfaces

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Subject Index
A
Abstract visual display, in collision avoidance systems study, 206, 207
Acceptability, of driver impairment monitoring systems, 365
Accuracy, of traffic information, 1, 8
Adaptable and intelligent systems, 170-172
Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS)
decision aids and guidelines for, 23-24
decision tree approach to, 27
design process for, 25, 26, 27
displays, 58-59
navigational preference/driver acceptance of, 345-346, 360-361
study methodology, 347-352
study results, 352-360
private driver functions
centrality measures, 79
cliques, 81
cluster analysis, 81
questions for designers of, 24
route guidance research and, 1-5
trade study analysis approach to, 27-29, 30, 31
conceptual design development, 43
display format allocation analysis, 37, 39, 40, 41-43
display format trade study analysis results, 53-58
display modality selection results, 44-48
functional information grouping, 32, 33
information criticality assessment while driving analysis, 36
information items for given conceptual system, 31-32
information-type categorization, 35
sensory modality allocation, 33-35 sensory modality/trip status trade study
analysis results, 52-53
total display information-processing overload assessment, 44
trip status allocation, 37, 38, 39
trip status analysis results, 48-51
Advanced travel information systems/commercial vehicle operations (ATIS/CVO), 63-64
functional description of, 64-65
definition and framework for, 66
development and application of, 66-69, 70
human factors issues in, 69
commercial vehicle operations, 75-76
in-vehicle motorist services/information systems, 71-72
in-vehicle routing/navigation systems, 70-71
in-vehicle safety/warning systems, 73-74
in-vehicle signing/information systems, 72-73
information flow between immediate hazard warning and, 76
network analysis of functional relations in, 76-77, 82-83
centrality analysis, 79-80

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